Wang Chenglu, President of Huawei’s Consumer Business Software Department and Director of AI and Smart Full-Scenario Business Department, announced yesterday that the new Huawei Hongmeng HarmonyOS will be publicly tested in June and provide upgrades for many models; at the end of this year, according to the statistics, Hongmeng OS will have at least 300 million mobile phones, Pads and other IoT devices.
Chinese Tipster on Weibo revealed that Huawei MatePad Pro 2 and P50 may be postponed to June because they need to adapt to a better Hongmeng system and also to allow time to increase stocking. There are other new product launches outside Hongmeng, which will be a month for Huawei’s multiple activities.
In other words, the Huawei Hongmeng system will provide beta versions for some models at the end of this month (currently only developer beta versions), such as the Mate X2 P40 series and the Mate40 series, and will be officially launched on a large scale in early June. Please stay tuned look forward to it.
Huawei MatePad Pro 2 has already entered the network, and Huawei HarmonyOS Beta3.0 has been pushed to developers at the end of March. It is expected that everything will not be too far away.
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